Sinful Sunday Weekly Round-up 370
Welcome to another edition of the Sinful Sunday weekly round-up. I can’t quite believe that we are already at week 370. That means towards the end of this year we will make it to week 400! I am quite excited about that idea. The Prompt for June is out now too so make sure you check that out
However we must not get carried away and instead concentrate on this week and I am delighted to introduce Lascivious Lucy as this weeks fabulous guest writer. You can find her on her own blog Lascivious Lucy and on Twitter @LasciviousLucy
Lucy’s Top 5 Pics of the Week
I was flattered when Molly asked me to do a round-up. I don’t submit to Sinful Sunday with any regularity, as my skills don’t translate well into photography. But that never stops me for looking and enjoying what I see. There are many talented photographers every week, and I am always stunned by people’s creativity and skill. Of course narrowing it down to five choices was far more challenging than I thought. So in no particular order here is this week’s round up.
The shadows cast in “Naked in the Forest” by Miss Scarlet Writes are simply gorgeous. I found myself following the curves of the light and shadows, before finally noticing the trees around her.
“Conscious” is all about light. There’s an ethereal , fairy land quality to this picture that I found beautiful. The white clothing and grass in the foreground glow between the heavy dark shapes of the trees.
Silver Drop’s “Light and Shadow” captures both light and shadow in wonderful play. Also while the lovely breasts covered in light and shadow easily capture the viewer’s attention, Silver Drop’s smile is marvelous in this picture.
“Pink Shift” captures subtle color beautifully. It’s a teasing image, with the shirt unbuttoned revealing his chest (and can I get a shout out for chest hair because it’s super sexy). The angle and shadows hint at the unrevealed skin. Oh and the shirt is pink.
Missy’s “Second Chance” is another outdoor image (I think I have a theme). The contrast between her arm and breast and the tree is striking. The layout of this one is haunting with the straight trees (and her arm) framing the curve of her breast and the curved moss covered tree in the background.